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REGISTRATION OPEN: Classification at a Crossroads: Multiple Directions to Usability, 29-30 October, The Hague

From: Aida Slavic <aida@acorweb.net>
Date: Fri, 08 May 2009 10:13:29 +0100
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=========== EARLY BIRD REGISTRATION OPENS ==============

CLASSIFICATION AT A CROSSROADS: MULTIPLE DIRECTIONS TO USABILITY
International UDC Seminar 2009
29-30 October 2009, The Hague

VENUE: Koninklijke Bibliotheek (National Library of The Netherlands)

URL: http://www.udcc.org/seminar2009/index.htm

FEE: 110 euros (student discount: 90 euros)

To take advantage of the early bird discount, register on the conference site
http://www.udcc.org/seminar2009/index.htm

The conference programme includes a selection of over twenty papers representing
classification research in 14 countries. Speakers will address the potential of
classification, in supporting information organization, management and resource
discovery in the networked environment and will explore solutions for better
subject access control and vocabulary sharing services
<http://www.udcc.org/seminar2009/programme.htm>

Two eminent keynote speakers will address the conference: Prof. Dagobert
Soergel, College of Information Studies, University of Maryland (USA) and Dan
Brickley, an advocate and developer of W3C Semantic Web technologies (UK).

The conference is the second in a series of International UDC Seminars organized
by the UDC Consortium and hosted by The National Library of The Netherlands
(Koninklijke Bibliotheek). The UDCC is a self-funded, non-commercial
organization, based in The Hague, established to maintain and distribute the
Universal Decimal Classification (UDC) and supports its use and development.
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